I was going to ask why his friend needed to leave the car running all the time, seeing as the plutonium creates the 1.27 jiggawatts needed for time travel anyway. Should be more than enough to run an M2-ATX or similar Then again, maybe he couldn't find any Libians to buy stolen plutonium from, they must be harder to come by now.
*ST185 Celica GT-Four Group A Rallye (Alltrac Carlos Sainz edition)*
1981 DeLorean DMC-12
VIA SP13000, Xenarc 700TSV, 100GB hdd, 1GB ram, WinXP, BU335 GPS, iNav 3.0, Griffin PowerMate, M2-ATX, HQCT-AM/FM USB Radio (Software by Luc)
PMD-1208 USB Data Acquisition
Kensington USB 2.0 BT Dongle just dangling
here is a pic of my display. it will soon retract into the dash above the vents. i made a half din retractable holder for my display and hopefully in the next month i will have all that made.all i did was raise the center console up 1 1/2 inches to clear and it hardly noticeable from stock.
Did you manage to relocate the center vents to the knee pads? If so where did you get the vent pieces from? I know that little pad to the right of the steering wheel is sometimes a real booger to get reattached properly, but the right one isn't so bad.
to the OP - did you ever get your DMC-PC up and running?
to the rest - I was continually surprised by some of the models I saw coming in. While working for DMC TX, I put a water pump on a car that had something like 215,000 miles on it. and as far as i could tell, the water pump I took off was the factory original one! The engine had never been replaced or rebuilt, either. Who knew pugeot/volvo/renault motors from that era were actually fairly solid? too bad about the bosch k-jet "fuel injection" system... that thing was a royal PITA when it went south...
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